“I began thinking seriously about conferences, alcohol consumption, and unintentional exclusion a few years ago when I organized an unofficial conference session in a brewery’s outdoor garden. The session was wonderful: It was a perfect night, a large crowd, a set of inventive presentations “fermenting” new ideas, and a shared sense of possibility. Yet I […]
Nick McGlashan’s lowest point as an addict came last fall, while the “Deadliest Catch” cameras were rolling. “All I ever wanted to do was be a fisherman, and I lost that,” said McGlashan. “I lost the ability to work at sea because I forgot how to live on land.” Read his story here.
Dr. André Rosay is the head of the University of Alaska, Anchorage’s … Is there a relationship between alcohol and domestic violence in Alaska? Read more here.
Freedom House is a faith-based sober living transitional home for women. The house in Soldotna has eight beds for women working to recover from addiction. They can be referred to Freedom House via a treatment program or can walk in and ask for an application. Tenants sign up for a nine-month program three months at a time, […]
The Cook Inlet Tribal Council is hosting an Airplane Camp! Hang out at CITC’s Fab Lab and construct an RC you can fly yourself. This camp is open to all middle school-aged Alaska Native and American Indian students. It is a 5-day camp from July 10-14. To register or to find more information, contact Sandy Bair at firstname.lastname@example.org or 907.444.3549